the beginning… before there
was a written language, the stories in the Bible were told, to people
around a campfire in the dark, listening to the tales of what had
and what was yet to come. Now, Academy Award winning actor Charlton
(Ben-Hur) recaptures all the passion, the power, the drama, and the
beauty those first storytellers passed on to us with his own dazzling
exploration of the greatest stories ever told.
with an adult Jesus,
who works with his father as a carpenter, the program traces his life
death through resurrection. The strong supporting cast, including
Bisset as Mary, Gary Oldman as Pontius Pilate, and Debra Messing as
Magdalene, lends to the credibility of the miniseries. This is a
retelling of the life of Jesus and will please those who want new ways
to explore biblical stories, as Jesus not only reinforces the ideals of
the New Testament but shows Jesus as a complex individual.
Robert Baram guides viewers
through Bethlehem, Jerusalem, and Nazareth with readings from the New
Because the narration focuses on biblical passages, their connection to
what is onscreen is not always clear in this half-hour documentary.
Robert Powell, Olvia
Hussey, Michael York, Sir Laurence Oliver, James Earl Jones, Anne
An all-star cast bing to life the revered tale of the life of Jesus
The story is well told, the filming location and the cast of actors are
very appropriate. The bible seems to come alive through this film, and
tells of His life from the Nativity on that cherished night in
the heart rending Crucifixion, and finally the glory of the
in Jesus Christ will
find much food for thought in this exploration of His life and deeds.
modern documentary filming and plenty of re-creations of 2,000-year-old
events, Where Jesus Walked presents the story of Judea from the time of
Abraham through Christ's death at Calvary.
documentary examines prophecy
& history as well as current events that all signal the return of
to Earth. The return of the Jews to their homeland; the reunification
Europe: Could it be that these events aren't just economically and
significant, but also spiritually important? Christian prophecy seems
posit this in 7 Signs of Christ's Return, which takes the prospects of
the coming Armageddon and Apocalypse very seriously.